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Knife Rights Arizona Preemption Bill Clears Judiciary Committee Yesterday the Arizona Senate Judiciary Committee voted out the Knife Law Preemption bill sponsored by Knife Rights.

Big turnout to oppose WA assault weapons bill; Bellevue Police Chief plays politics

Turnout heavy to oppose "assault weapons" ban; Bellevue Police Chief plays politics

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Thai Government Refutes HRW Report

Mizzima – 1/26/10

Burma Expected to Hand Down Verdict in Trial of Burmese-American Activist

Burmese authorities are expected to hand down the verdict in the trial of a Burmese-American rights activist Wednesday.   Kyaw Zaw Lwin, also known as Nyi Nyi Aung, was one of the organizers of the 1988 pro-democracy uprising.  He fled Burma for neighboring Thailand following a military crackdown on activists. He later became a U.S.

Al-Shabab Attacks Peacekeeping Hospital in Somalia

Somali Islamist militant group al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for an attack on a hospital run by the African Union peacekeeping force.

IJC Operational Update, Jan. 26

An Afghan-international security force searched a compound in a rural area of the Nawa District in Helmand province last night and captured a Taliban IED cell leader responsible for attacks against Afghan and coalition forces.

Jan. 25 airpower summary

Coalition airpower integrated with ground forces in Iraq and International Security Assistance Force troops in Afghanistan during operations Jan. 25, according to Combined Air and Space Operations Center officials here. Air Operations in Afghanistan: Asadabad Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle aircrews provided armed overwatch for a friendly-forces dismounted patrol. In addition, the aircrews conducted surveillance of the area.

24th MEU assesses situation in northern Haiti

Small teams of 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit Marines landed in northern Haiti Jan. 24 to survey damage and meet with locals to assess the current situation in population centers that had not been evaluated for earthquake damage since relief efforts began last week.

Air Force 'angels' rescue injured Haitians

"Don't leave me," said a young Haitian girl, her arms and head bandaged after being badly burned. She reached out to a nearby nurse, "Am I going to die?" "No, not today. Don't you worry," the nurse said. The girl settled back onto her litter. Farther down the row of litters a Haitian man was chanting, his breath fogging the oxygen mask over his mouth in urgent gasps. The man, a recent amputee, waved his remaining arm in the air like a preacher before a congregation.